As the tite stated, this is the first time that I am blogging about a cooking recipe. For so many weeks, I have been promising you guys on making some kind a traditional South Indian Recipe.
Today, my mom made Reshmi Kebab, a side dish that she usually loves to make for lunch/dinner. This dish is best to be eaten with some kind of a round flatbread like roti or chapati.
Read More to learn about the exact technique (ingredients + procedure) to make this kebab.
This will be the very first award that I will be writing in my blog where I will be answering 11 questions that my nominator asked of me. If you have read my previous blogs, you would have realized that I wrote about a nomination not too long ago.
That blog was related to a fun tag about some of my favorite feelings. I have posted a link right below if you are interested in reading.
My Top 10 Favourite Feelings (My First Nomination)
Continue Reading to learn about the person who nominated me for this amazing award along with my answers to those 11 questions. In the end, I will also nominate 11 other outstanding bloggers and ask my 11 questions to my nominees.
Let’s Dive into it!!!
The first wave of locusts hit East Africa in the end of January of this year. Although the damage was huge, the news didn’t become widespread as the coronavirus began to spread outside of China. Now….these locusts are back once again for a second wave where they have hit East Africa once again and have traveled up to Pakistan and on their way to India. Read more to learn about these locusts attacks and the effects that they have had before and might in the future.
The Section 144 ban has resulted in a dehydrated mountain-dwelling people living in Kuttikkaratu near Palani. Accordingly, the people who were initially living in the Periyar Mountains are currently given free houses by the state in areas of Mantidu, Pontupuli, Puliyampatti, Kattalambara and Kuttikkadu. There are about 70 families living in Pattari Rock and Kuttikkadu on the Pani-Kodaikanal road.